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Memorandum ________________________________________________________________ To: Shelley Glimcher From: Andrew Grunenwald (Seat 25) Date: 02/13/2008 Re: Stress and Strain Lab Introduction The goal of this experiment was to measure the stress and strain on the fork of a bike given different weights of individuals riding and various riding conditions. Using sensors on the bike recording voltages from various loads, individuals rode stationary bikes in order to calculate the amount of stress and strain applied to the front bike fork. This memo will contain the graphs of the data, an analysis of that data, and conclusions drawn from this experiment. Results and Description
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Unformatted text preview: In the attachment, Figure 1 contains a picture of the experiment set-up. Figure 2 contains the graph of strain vs. time for the static test. Figure 3 contains the graph of stress vs. time for the static test. Figure 4 contains the graph of the average stress during pedaling vs. the weight of the rider. Figure 5 contains sample calculations for strain and stress. Figure 6 contains the graph for stress vs. time for the dynamic test. Figure 7 contains the table containing the maximum and minimum stress values for each rider for each test, when applicable, and the ratio of static test values to dynamic test values. Page 1 of 1...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course H 192 taught by Professor Glimcher during the Winter '08 term at Ohio State.

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